Six George III silver Fiddle pattern table forks probably by John Blake, London 1807; together with a quantity of other flatware (Qty)
Lot 183
Six George III silver Fiddle pattern table forks
probably by John Blake, London 1807; together with a quantity of other flatware (Qty)
Sold for £812 (US$ 1,365) inc. premium
Lot Details
Six George III silver Fiddle pattern table forks
probably by John Blake, London 1807
Crested; together with a quantity of flatware, comprising: six Old English pattern table spoons, four, London1791-1805, one, York 1806, one, Exeter 1801, six Fiddle pattern dessert forks, probably by John Blake, 1807, crested, six Old English pattern dessert spoons, London 1798, initialled, together with another three examples, varying makers and patterns, eight Old English pattern teaspoons, London 1806-1814, a further five Fiddle pattern examples, London 1807, a coffee spoon, Birmingham 1946, an Old English pattern sauce ladle, London 1797 and a pair of sugar tongs, London 1919; together with a small quantity of silver-plated tableware, weight 51.5oz. (Qty)
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